Cinder: Book One in the Lunar Chronicles - Book Two, Chapter Nineteen - Book Three, Chapter Twenty-two Summary & Analysis

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Book Two, Chapter Nineteen - Book Three, Chapter Twenty-two Summary

In Chapter Nineteen, Cinder convinces herself that the prince merely asked her because she was convenient. When pressed as to why Erland is keeping her a secret, the doctor is evasive, pointing out only that he will reveal her value when the time is ready. Erland seems almost amused that the Prince is showing interest in her, but when Cinder admits she went to see Peony, his amusement turns to cautionary instruction as he informs Cinder of why the bots removed the ID chip. He explains that in rural areas, the ID chips are often sold illegally to those wishing to become someone else. He explains that many are purchased by illegal Lunars living on Earth. He further explains that the Lunars fear mirrors because Lunars are...

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